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Living the Miraculous in a Time of Magic

November 25, 2015 by  
Filed under Avila Institute, Healing, New Age

Catholic in the New Age: Counsels and Resources to Live the Miraculous in a Time of Magic

The Avila Institute’s School of Spiritual Formation is excited to announce a new course, Catholic in the New Age: Counsels and Resources to Live the Miraculous in a Time of Magic, being offered beginning in January, 2016.

LuMaxArt_Golden_Family_With_World_Religions_This course will compare and contrast key aspects of Christianity in comparison with the New Age religion. The goals of the course are to provide students with the means to discern the roots of myriad manifestations of New Age magical ideals in light of the miraculous truths of the faith and life in Christ.

The six-week course will explore true vs. false discernment, philosophies (ancient and modern), Christologies, eschatologies, prayer, rituals, healing and deliverance modalities, and worldviews.

GREAT NEWS! We have extended the deadline for the Winter Quarter (beginning the week of January 4, 2016) for the School of Spiritual Formation. Apply online HERE by December 15, 2015!

For more information on any of our programs, please contact me at inquiries@myavila.com or visit www.Avila-Institute.com.

With live, interactive, online courses, the Avila Institute can bring the classroom to you no matter where you are located in the world. Want to know more about what the Avila Institute has to offer you? Read more here.

For more information on any of our programs, please contact us at inquiries@myavila.com or visit www.Avila-Institute.com.

With live, interactive, online courses, the Avila Institute can bring the classroom to you no matter where you are located in the world. Want to know more about what the Avila Institute has to offer you? Click HERE to read more.

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Art: Golden Family With World Religions, thegoldguys.blogspot.com, 25 December 2007, CCA-SA, Wikimedia Commons.

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